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10, q^i *, O|~ 2006

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forgiving, and giving without forgiving
is not at all giving"

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Take direction from God and give direction to people.

. *<, ^~^

Evangelism

Our Long awaited Consultation on Evangelism as per the


APEGF-AGM 2006 decision is going to be held at Nambur.
It starts with breakfast on and ends with the lunch on 15th of
Oct'06

Speakers:

Mr. P. Verghese (Chennai) will be main Speaker.


Many National and State Leaders will lead us in meaningful
discussions on various interesting topics.

Participants

a) All the Staff members


b) All the members of Evangelism Dept. Committee
C) EC & Working Committee members can attend as per their
interest & Convenience.
d) Others can attend on invitation.
Please pray more as it sets the face of our future ministry.
- State Secretary, UESI-AP
11, q^i *, O|~ 2006

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* *~, ^~^

Equipping Graduates for Missions


Dates
Speakers
Venue

: 9th to 10th September 2006.


: Mr. J. N. Manokaran, Mr. R. Billy.
: UESI-AP Resource Center, Lakadikapool, Hyd

Registration Fee: Rs. 100.00

Pray for:
1. Pray for the Speakers.
2. Pray for participants (AP, Tamilnadu, Karnataka, Kerala & Orissa)
3. Pray for arrangements
4. Pray for the Missions Booklet preparation.
5. Pray for the weather, Travel & Programme.
For further details : Mr. R. Srinivasa Rao, 9440527235


Mr. Yella Swamy Kathy, 9440446234
Email: yskathy@yahoo.com, missionsap@yahoo.com
14, q^i *, O|~ 2006

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Correction Last Month


National UESI Secretary

Mr. Arul Jai Prakash


(Karnataka) Q K^=Q~.
page 39

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Good Christian Citizens

Vs

Contemporary Challenges
light, 2) being the ambassadors of
Jesus Christ, 3) being faithful stewards or managers, etc.
In this article we will discuss the issue of the relationship of the Christians to the world in some detail and
then deal with some of the contemporary social issues and challenges
that we encounter as we live our
lives in this world as dual citizens.
Christians and the World:
John Stott says that we should be at
least as worldly as Jesus Christ was
in His incarnate state and describes
Jesus worldliness as holy worldliness. This worldliness should not
be confused with the worldliness
that we generally think negative
thoughts about, which is the love of
the world (1 John 2: 15-17). How
do we understand the holy worldliness that Christ exemplifies for
us? It is to be understood as being
in the real world as a real man or
woman and yet not being contaminated by all the unholy or ungodly
stuff that is present in the sin-ridden world. In other words, it means
for us that we maintain our distinctly Christian (Christ-like) identity or
Character and live as responsible
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As Christians we enjoy dual citizenship we are the citizens of the


Kingdom of God as well as the nation we belong to, India and the
world at large. The latter is a transient one where as the former is
eternal. But often there are imbalances in the way Christians understand and live out this truth some
live as if this world is all that is and
others live as if this world is not ultimately important and hence it does
not matter how we live, as long
as we are holy in our inner lives,
whatever that might mean.
According to the Bible, we are in the
world, but not of the world and we
are in the world for a purpose. This
purpose is captured for us in many
different ways 1) being salt and

citizens of the country that the Lord


has chosen for us sovereignly and
identify with the people among who
we live as light and salt and with
the systems of the world. This is
identifying without the loss of identity, and needs a lot of careful balancing without which we can easily
slip into some extreme views and
practices.

This teaching flows out of
the cultural mandate that we find
in the book of Genesis itself and
we have to note that it came in the
context of creation. The Bible says
that all that the Lord God created
is good (functionally) and so the
material world as well as the world
of the living creatures is good (Gen.
1: 3, 10, 12, 18, 21, 25, and 31).
We also are made of the material
as well as the spiritual and placed
in the material world as Gods vice
regents to subdue the earth and to
rule over everything in the world or
to work it and take care of it (Gen.
1: 26-28; 2: 15). This is the first job
or responsibility that God had given
to man and this command of God is
what we call the cultural mandate.

It is into this material world
that the second person of the Trinity, God the Son had come with a
real material human body in His
incarnation to live among and with
men and women, to reveal true divinity and humanity and to redeem
mankind. When He returns to take
us to be with Him forever, He will
raise us from the dead and we will
be in heaven that cannot be under-

stood without the new heaven and


new earth, as body (of course glorified)-soul composite beings. This
should all help us to understand
the value that God places on the
material world, our existence and
responsibility in it as Gods people.
God prepared this world for humanity and the world does seem to be
anthropocentric, biblically speaking
and this is now being confirmed by
science also the Anthropic Principle is the proof for it. The implications of all this for us are that we

have agricultural, economic, ecological, social, scientific, aesthetic,


spiritual, and other responsibilities.
This means that we should not reduce our responsibility just to the
evangelistic one, although that is
the most important aspect of our
total responsibility.
When we come down to the level at
which we live our lives in this world,
we see three different approaches
1) Withdrawal/Separatism living

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a kind of detached and ascetic life,


being separated from all that goes
on in this world as much as possible, 2) Total identification or Assimilationism living just as every
one else lives in the world and thus
getting assimilated into the systems
of the world completely and hardly
maintaining any distinctive Christian identity, and 3)
Engagement or Identification without the
loss of identity living a life of moral
distinctiveness and
social engagement.
Jesus high priestly
prayer (particularly
John 17: 13-19) reveals that the third
of these approaches
is the right one for
Christians. It is in
this context that we
can understand our
role and responsibility in this world as
Christians that the
well known figures speak of light
(dispels darkness, all that is evil),
salt (prevents and arrests corruption), stewards (take care of some
one elses property and be productive), witnesses and ambassadors
(speaking for and representing the
one who sends), and royal priesthood and a holy nation speaking
of the double identity of the Church
of Jesus Christ as a witnessing and
worshipping community (1 Peter
2: 4-12). It is through the qualita-

tively distinct good lives that we live


that we glorify God and fulfill our
responsibility. The Apostle Paul also
addresses this issue when he says
that we make the gospel attractive
when we live authentic Christian
lives in our respective places (Titus
2: 9). This leads us to the practical
consideration of some of the challenges we face in
this world.
The Contemporary Social Issues
and Challenges
that Christians
Encounter:
Because of the
fall and its consequences
we
see corruption all
around us and in
ourselves as well.
But because we
are redeemed we
are different from
the others in this
world. The others
are sinners and
we are forgiven sinners, saints. We
are born-again and regenerated
and we need to demonstrate our
new status in Christ by the way we
live. That is why Paul says that we
should no longer allow the world to
squeeze us into its mold, that is,
we should not confirm to the patterns of the world, but rather be
transformed by the renewing of
our minds (Romans 12: 2). The implication here is that when we are
transformed in our thinking, then

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33) and both in the OT and the NT


we see that God expects His people
to be channels of His blessings to
their neighbors and nations. But as
we try to live our Christians lives,
the world around us applies on us a
lot of pressure to compromise and
confirm to its patterns rather than
the patterns and principles we find
in the Word of God. So we will now
briefly look at a few areas where we
see a lot of Christians compromising and going along, rather being
washed along the cultural currents
like dead fish (rather than swimming against the cultural currents
or living counter cultural lives like
live fish).

Corruption is a deadly curse
that we as a nation are continuing
to suffer from and Christianity and
Christians do not seem to be making much of a difference where it
really matters. Our hearts should
ache, if we truly love the land of
our birth that God wants us to love
and serve, when we see our nation
being listed as one of the most corrupt nations in the world. We have
the dubious distinction of always
being among the top ten to fifteen
most corrupt nations in the world,
although this years listing gave
a little bit of a relief. We can pray
against the spirit of corruption that
pervades the nation at all levels,
only if we are not corrupt ourselves.
According to one survey that I read
two years ago, 95% of the people

we will be transformed in our living.


Jesus says to His disciples that the
light of their good deeds or works
should so shine before others that
they might praise God. This should
be the case in every area of our
lives and that is the reason why the
Bible is full of practical instruction
about the conduct of Gods people
pertaining to every single aspect
of our life in this world submitting to authorities and paying taxes
(Romans 13: 1-7), relating to other
believers, relating to other people,
the way we treat others, the way
we treat our spouses, children, and
servants, working and providing for
our families (2 Thess. 3: 6-15; 1
Thess. 4: 11-12; 1 Tim. 5: 8), the
way we relate to secular authorities, the way we love our nation
and pray for the people in power
(1 Tim. 2: 1-4), etc. God blesses a
nation its land and people if Gods
people live godly lives (Deut. 7: 1215; 2 Chronicles 7: 14; Gen. 18: 1621, q^i *, O|~ 2006

who went to government offices in


Delhi admitted to have bribed to get
their work done. If this is the situation in the capital city, then we can
imagine how the situation might be
in the rest of the country. It is very
sad and depressing to learn that the
judiciary is one of the most corrupt
sections of our societal machinery.
What breaks my heart most is the
fact that most Christians are no different from the rest of the society.
It is an open secret that like others
Christians also bribe for the sake of
a seat in the train compartment or
to get an electrical connection to a
Church or to get building plan approved and so on. Christian do not
seem to be willing to pay the price
or wait for God to intervene.
Websters Dictionary defines bribe
or bribing as 1) anything, esp.
money, given or promised to induce
a person to do something illegal
or wrong and 2) anything given or
promised to induce a person to do
something against his or her wishes. But in India we bribe generally
not to get things done out of the
way, but often to get what we are
entitled to get.

Biblically, a bribe is a gift
given to pervert justice or to pervert
some one leading to unrighteousness. It is the sinners hands that
are full of bribes (Psalm 26: 10) and
God commanded His people not to
accept a bribe, because a bribe

blinds those who see and twists


the words of the righteous (Exodus
23: 8). A righteous man or woman
does not accept bribe (Ps. 15: 5)
and hates them (Proverbs 15: 27).
Israel suffered under leaders who
loved bribes (Isaiah 1: 23) and God
told them that the man who dwells
on the heights is the one who does
not accept bribes (33: 15). Prophet

Samuel challenged the Israelites in


his farewell speech to find fault with
him, if they could and states the fact
that he did not accept bribe from
any one (1 Samuel 12: 3). Gods
charge against His people was that
they accepted bribes (Amos 5: 12).
We find examples of those who accepted or tried to get bribes and
those who refused to bribe and
those who refused bribes (Samuels
sons 1 Sam. 8: 3, Balak Num-

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bers 22: 17, 37, Simon Acts 8: 18,


Judas and Priests Matt. 27: 3-9,
Soldiers Matt. 28: 12-15, Simon
Acts 8: 18, and Felix Acts 24:
26). The totality of Scriptural teaching on this subject should help us
to understand that God hates both
those that bribe and those that accept bribes, because bribes corrupt
justice and the God of the Bible is a
God of justice.

Dowry is another social evil


that plagues our nation and leads
to the deaths of may women every year. It is immoral (because
the man and woman who enter
into marriage are equal and the
man needs the woman as much
as the woman needs the man and
because dowry commercializes the
holy and God-ordained and initiated

institution of marriage) and is illegal in India. It is definitely not as


rampant among Christians as it is
among others, but it is nevertheless
present among Christians also and
often it just takes different names
and forms.

Caste-based and all other
kinds of discriminations and favoritisms are also chronic problems that
our society is plagued with. According to the Hindu belief system, all
people are not equal, because they
are created unequally and castesystem is integral to Hinduism. On
the contrary, the Bible is very clear
in its teaching against all kinds of
discriminations. The same God
creates all humans with the same
humanity in the same image and
likeness of the Creator God and
we are all recreated in Christ and
made children of the same God and
co-heirs of the same eternal life. In
Christ there are no distinctions or
differences that justify discrimination of any kind against any one or
any group (Gen. 1: 27; James 2: 19; 1 Pet. 3: 7; Col. 3: 11; Gal. 3:
28). But unfortunately there are all
kinds of divisions and discriminations within the Church and those
who look at the Church from outside hardly find any difference between the Church and the Society. Casteism is rampant (we have
Churches and denominations that

23, q^i *, O|~ 2006

are identified with different castes


and tribes), both male chauvinism
and feminism (which are equally
wrong biblically speaking, because
both deviate from Gods plan and
purpose for humanity) are present,
linguistic bias and favoritism are
glaring and the rich-poor division
is striking. How can we reconcile
between this state of affairs and
the glorious figures that the Bible
uses to describe the Church (body
of Christ or family of God or Gods
household)?
Conclusion:
Often it appears that we
are Christian in confession (profession and preaching) and Hindu in
conduct (practice) there seems
to be a chronic belief-behaviour
or preaching-practice inconsistency and the gap seems unbridgeable. It is disgraceful and painful.
No wonder that Mahatma Gandhi
challenged the Indian Christians by
saying, show me one true Christian
and I assure you that whole of India will become Christian. There is
certainly exaggeration in this, but
there is also a great deal of truth. It
seems that India has not yet seen
the transforming power of the gospel mainly because the Church (or
the Christian community, including
the UESI family) has not adequately demonstrated that the gospel
has transformed it. We cannot pro-

claim the gospel as the power of


God unto salvation with any degree
of integrity if we do not exhibit the
fruit of salvation in every aspect of
our lives. We need to look like what
we are talking about. It is we who
communicate primarily and not so
much the words or ideas and so we

should, under God, strive for personal and corporate authenticity. So


if we truly love our country, want
it to change for better and desire
Gods blessings for it, then we need
to turn to God in repentance, reform
our ways, and then intercede for it.
Otherwise, there is no hope of India
seeing the truth and the transforming power of the gospel in a much
more significant manner than it has
seen so far. May the Lord enable us
to become more powerful agents of
transformation both at the local and
the national levels for His glory and
the blessing of our nation.
- Rev. Sudhakar. Mondithoka

24, q^i *, O|~ 2006

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Do we have these holy tears in our Eyes?


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This article is dedicated in memory of
Prof. G.Devapaul. who lived as a Model
teacher to his students and who lead
many students to the Lord .

UESI-AP, Central Circars

family Conference

Dates : 30th September to 2nd October


Venue : Pastrol Centre, Opp. Nagarjuna University
Speakers :
Mrs.Dr. V.D.S. Chandrasekar, Vellore,

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Contact: 9440111744, 9848595533, 9949420850, 9441520344


Send your Registration Forms on or before 5th Septmeber to

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27, q^i *, O|~ 2006

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS &

Regional Incharges
In the recent EC Meeting (13th August 2006), the EC decided the Regional
Incharges from the Executive Committee. In this
connection i would like to remind all the EU/EGF/
Dist/Regional Committees the following points for
impelementation
Please invite the Regional/District coordinators,
Departmental Secretaries and the EC/APEGF Working
Committee members to the lower level committees:
According to our organizational set up,
a. The Staff and the state level committee members
(EC, APEGF, Department Committee members) in
a region shall be ex-officios of that Regional Committee.
b. The Staff, State (EC, APEGF, Department Committee members) and regional level
committee members in a district shall be ex-officios of that district committee.
c. The staff, state (EC, APEGF, Department Committee members), regional and
district level committee members in that town/city/EU/EGF shall be ex-officios
of that EU/EGF committee.
So please send the invitations to the respective committee members in your
town/city/district/region.
In AGM 2006 following EC members were made in-charge persons of various
regions. The regional Coordinators, the District Coordinators and the local EU and
EGF committees are requested to send invitations and minutes of their committee
meetings to the in-charge persons without fail.
UESI-AP Executive Committee Regional Incharges:
Northern Circars
- Mr. Theophilus
Godavari
- Ms. Sugandhi Emmanuel
Central & South Circars
- Rev. E. Jaya Paul
East & West Rayalseema
- Mr. P. Vikram Vardhan
North & South Telengana
- Mr. T.B. Franklin
South, West & Central Telengana
- Mr. P. John Paul
APEGF Working Committee Regional Incharges:
Gordavri & Northern Circars
- Bro. Ranganadham
Southern & Central Circars
- Bro. B.J. Srikanth
North, East & South Telengana
- Bro. Stanley Jones
Central & West Telengana
- Sis. Hanah Elizabeth
East & West Rayalaseema
- Bro. T. Ravi Rajendra
Yours in His vinyard
P. Vikram Vardhan
Secretary, Executive Committee

28, q^i *, O|~ 2006

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Total Estimated Expnediture
For Ground Floor
Contributions received

Rs. 30, Lakhs


Rs. 11 Lakhs
Rs. 3,10,000/-

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